Fantastic response to talent contest

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The organisers of local talent show, “Tesco has talent” are delighted with the number of responses they have received in the first week of launching the application process.

They are now giving locals the opportunity to win two tickets to see the show by answering a simple question.

The talent show that offers local variety acts the opportunity to win £200 for an entrance fee of only £5 had within the first week of opening the application process seven acts confirm their attendance.

Without giving anything away, the organisers told the Herald: “We have had a fantastic response so far and are delighted that seven acts have been confirmed within the first week.

“The talent competition is open to everyone, from singers to musicians, comedians to dancers, magicians to ventriloquists, and with the performances due to take place in just over three weeks everyone is being encouraged to enter as quickly as possible.

“We believe with the applications we have had so far the evening is going to be highly entertaining, certainly a night out the whole family can enjoy as there is something for everyone.

“We now wish to give people the opportunity to win tickets to attend the event and have decided to launch a competition to win two tickets for the performance due to be held on Saturday April 16. Simply answer the question which two charities will benefit from the Tesco has talent competition. Answers should be submitted in writing to the customer service desk at Tesco by Friday April 1 when the winner will be drawn.”

Commenting on ticket sales, the organisers said: “These are selling like hot cakes.”

Anyone who wishes to purchase a ticket to attend can do so from the customer service desk at Tesco, Fraserburgh, for a very reasonable price of £5 for stalls and £8 for balcony seats. Refreshments will be served, for a small donation, during the interval and raffles will be on sale during the week prior to the event and on the evening.

For further information contact Kerry Wallace, Erika Cartney or Brenda Oliver at the customer service desk, Tesco.